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WTW employees support  LGBTQ+ inclusion via Pink Friday Pride

WTW employees support LGBTQ+ inclusion via Pink Friday Pride

 November 29, 2022

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Inclusion and diversity has a direct impact on WTW's ability to grow and excel. The company is committed to creating an inclusive work environment where everyone is heard, respected and valued for who they are. 

Showing support for diversity and LGBTQ+ inclusion

WTW Pink Friday Pride

WTW employees showed their support for diversity and LGBTQ+ inclusion via the multi-industry movement Pink Friday Pride. Pink props and costumes were provided for a Best Pose photo competition, with there being a "sea of pink with fun, sharing and donations," said WTW. 

Underscoring the significance of manifesting visible support

WTW Pink Friday Pride

Pink Friday started in 2014 when a Goldman Sachs employee in Hong Kong – who worked on the trading floor – had the idea to demonstrate visible support for the local LGBT+ community by gathering colleagues, friends and family together and inviting them to wear pink on a Friday.

The initiator underscored the significance of manifesting visible support to give the day impact. The color pink becomes the symbol of the movement as it was commonly perceived as 'the loudest and a more differentiated' color in the world of investment banks.

WTW is a diverse and inclusive employer 

WTW believes that a culture of inclusion and diversity (I&D) is critical to its business.

Not a separate initiative in its own silo, rather, I&D is fundamental to everything the company does - how it hires and promotes, how it works with clients, and how WTW teams function. 

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